Apply for cross-institutional study at Griffith University or another institution
If you are seeking to be a cross-institutional student, you should make an application prior to the trimester in which you wish to study directly to any Griffith Student Centre.
It is recommended you check course availability and timetables and that you satisfy any prerequisite requirements.
Approval to undertake cross-institutional study will only be given where:
- the course is not a restricted course or (if the course is restricted) approval is given by the Head of School
- prerequisite conditions are met
- the maximum enrolment limit for the course is not exceeded.
Study at another institution
Apply for out-going cross institutional study
CROSS-INSTITUTIONAL STUDY FEES
If you are a student enrolled in a program at another university, and you wish to complete a course at Griffith University, you can apply to study as a cross-institutional student (incoming).
To be eligible for cross-institution study (incoming) you must:
- be a domestic student
- remain enrolled at your home institution
- undertake a unit (course) which will count for credit towards your program at your home institution.
As a cross-institutional student you are allowed to carry your fee status from your home institution if you provide confirmation in your application. This may include access to a HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP loan, but not a SA-HELP loan.
Your tuition fees will vary depending on whether you are a Commonwealth supported or fee-paying student at your home institution.
Commonwealth supported at your home institution
You will be charged the student contribution, for your enrolled course/s, for the year of study.
Note: if you are approved to enrol as a Commonwealth supported student you must fulfil the conditions relating to Commonwealth supported students as per the Fees and charges Policy.
Fee-paying at your home institution
You will be charged the tuition fee, applicable to the academic program that the course/s belongs to, for the year of study. If the course you are undertaking belongs to multiple programs, the lowest fee category will apply. You will be advised of the tuition fee once your application has been approved.
If you are a student enrolled in a program at Griffith University, and you wish to complete a course at another university, you can apply to study as a cross-institutional student (outgoing).
Cross-institution study (outgoing) may be approved under certain circumstances. Please refer to Section 11 of the Student Administration policy for further details.
You will be subject to the tuition fees and charges applicable at your host institution.
Application closing dates
Trimester 1, 2 and 3: Two weeks prior to the commencement of classes.
Refer to the Academic Calendar for specific dates.